Cara Delevingne's sister Poppy 'rushes to her side' after supermodel sparks concern with disturbing behaviour | The Sun

CARA DELEVINGNE’S sister Poppy has 'rushed to her side' amid fears for the supermodel's health following a string of disturbing behaviour.

Poppy, 36, lives in London but was spotted leaving Cara's Los Angeles home on Friday night.

Poppy was then seen yesterday at a skin care studio in West Hollywood, where she is said to have told reporters that her sister Cara was "doing fine" after being asked about the model-turned-actress' wellbeing.

It comes after The Sun reported that Cara's family feared they needed to stage an urgent intervention after witnessing her recent wild behaviour.

In the latest worrying incident, the 30-year-old British model was forced to get off rapper Jay-Z’s private jet during an erratic display at a Los Angeles airport.

Shocking pictures captured her twirling wildly while wearing no shoes, with bedraggled hair and bruises on her arms.

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Her T-shirt displayed an image of Britney Spears — who famously had a breakdown in 2007 when the pressures of fame became too much to bear.

Cara’s concerning behaviour last Monday came just days after she was spotted looking washed out and smoking a pipe in her car.

Last month she was spotted standing on top of a vehicle while living it up on the party island of Ibiza with actress pals Margot Robbie and Sienna Miller as she celebrated turning 30.

A close friend told The Sun: “We are all incredibly concerned.

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“The situation has been building for a few weeks now, and Cara’s family is involved.

“There is talk of staging some kind of intervention and making sure Cara gets the help she may well need.

“She has been burning the candle at both ends of late, and it’s clearly taking its toll.”

A self-styled “rebel” who likes to push back boundaries, Cara has confessed to getting drawn into drug taking in the past and has previously struggled to cope with the pressures of the fashion world.

She was spotted at Glastonbury over the summer and the bohemian Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert last week, where friends reported that she barely stopped to eat.

And when she wasn’t partying in a field, Cara was at a string of glamorous events.

In May alone her itinerary included the Cannes Film Festival, her model pal Adwoa Aboah’s acid house-themed 30th birthday party, an afterparty for American TV comedy show Saturday Night Live and a charity bash in London.

At the Billboard Music Awards and the Met Gala that same month, onlookers noted her oddball interactions with Megan Thee Stallion, which included trying to kiss the American rapper and interrupting her interviews.

There were also worrying signs of anxiety during two interviews in the States in July.

She appeared agitated on The Tonight Show, scratching her hands and trembling while performing a card trick for host Jimmy Fallon.

And on Live With Kelly And Ryan, viewers noticed Cara was constantly rubbing her hands together.

She has been previously diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, which could explain her behaviour — but there is a pattern that cannot be easily dismissed.

Last November Cara fell off stage at a Halloween party — and last week she was spotted smoking heavily on a pipe while sitting in her car alone in LA.

She was also seen dropping an unknown liquid from a pipette into her mouth and apparently “zoning out”.

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Cara’s family know only too well how vital professional support can be.

Her mum Pandora, 63, became addicted to heroin at the age of just 20. Pandora’s father Sir Jocelyn Stevens, the late chairman of the charity English Heritage, sent her to a clinic in Switzerland following an overdose.

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